The COVID-19 pandemic has put online learning in the spotlight, making this fast-growing sector an important part of the national debate over education. Like many sectors that have undergone digital transformation in recent years, the labor-intensive education field has been ripe for disruption. While the massive shift to remote learning during the pandemic made online education a more mainstream method of instruction, quality has become a matter of concern. Online education has also become part of the debate about social issues, such as equal internet access. Additionally, there are concerns about how online learning affects mental health and impacts different sectors of society. Questions are now being asked about how online learning will affect the long-term framework, culture and cost of education at all levels, ...

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